Since the age of eight, Seth knew he wanted to be a social worker––always wanting to help and serve others, be a voice for the silent, and bring light to dark places.
Many of Seth's childhood experiences shaped him into the individual he is today; having been born premature three months and weighing in at under two pounds, it was clear from the beginning Seth would always be a fighter.
As a child, he wore hearing aids and
Coke-bottle glasses; while in grammar school, he was diagnosed with a learning disability. He became an easy target for bullies and experienced many of the issues today's youth face.
However, his determination to succeed
was great. Seth holds a Bachelor's Degree in Family Studies and a Master's Degree in Social Work. Today, he is an adjunct instructor at Florida Atlantic University’s Phyllis and Harvey Sandler School of Social Work and a social worker at Jupiter Medical Center.
Seth, his wife Pam, and their three children can often be found volunteering their time with various organizations.